No Right To Know All Fees

Taxpayers have only a limited right to know how much government lawyers spend on contentious cases, says the British Columbia Information & Privacy Commission. The ruling contradicted federal decisions allowing disclosure of fees in ongoing or high-profile litigation including the Omar Khadr case: “There is no doubt a significant public interest.”

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